@AnYangMan. It's a challenge to photograph, as the patina is evenly grey, and the details worn - as most denari of Marcus Antonius. Yet, in hand, the details are easily readable, and it's a splendid coin with rich history: ROMAN REPUBLIC, Marcus Antonius. Denomination: AR Denarius, minted: Military mint, moving with Marcus Antonius; 32-31 BC Obv: Praetorian galley right; ANT • AVG III VIR • R • P • C around Rev: Aquila between two signa; LEG XVII • CLASSICAE above Weight: 2.83g; Ø:18mm. Catalogue: BMC 223; Crawf. 544/10; Sear 373; Syd. 1238.. Provenance: Ex. van Eldijk collection; acq.: 05-2020 Marcus Antonius and his wife Cleopatra VII struck legionary denari of debased quality in large quantities, for the twenty-three legions that were fighting on his side against the forces of Octavian and his buddy Agrippa. ROMAN PROVINCIAL, Agrippa and Augustus. Denomination: AE Dupondius (halved), minted: Colonia Nemausus (current Nimes, France); 10-14 AD Obv: IMP DIVI F. Back-to-back heads of Agrippa, wearing rostral crown, and Augustus, bare (cut off). Rev: COL NEM. Palm shoot, crocodile before, two wreaths with long ties trailing above palm tip Weight: 3.99g; Ø:14 mm. Provenance: Ex private collection; acq.: 02-2019 Three legions were honored with supplementary issues that list their honorific title: XII Antiqae, XVII Classicae and XVIII Lybicae. After the battle of Actium on the 2nd of September in 31 BC, the forces of Marcus Antonius were defeated, and he and Cleopatra fled to Egypt where they committed suicide. Please show your named legionary denari, coins of Agrippa, Octavian, Cleopatra or Marcus Antonius.